When using Bitslice  of a nibble for a normal GPIO input mixed with Component or Native mode delays in the same nibble, the pin will not be active / available during calibration.
Once DLY_RDY is asserted, the pin will be active
Note: this Answer Record should not be viewed in isolation.
For all other known issues with component mode, please refer to (Xilinx Answer 66012).
Bitslice 0 is used for delay calibration. During the calibration, the I/O is not available, it only becomes available after DLY_RDY asserts.
This happens whenever a Delay that needs calibration is located in the nibble in either Component or Native mode. It does not matter whether the I/O at BITSLICE0 uses a delay or not.
The I/O pin is not available and might not have the desired value. A high input can be read as low.
At power-up, if the IDELAYCTRL does not have a clock, then the blockage could persist until the clock is supplied and the RDY finally asserts.
The DRC error for this condition was added in the 2016.1 release.